Frequent question: Can you go to Cyprus with a Turkish stamp in your passport?

2. Re: Turkish Stamp in passport, off to Cyprus this year !!!! You’ll be absolutely fine.

Can Turkish citizens travel to Cyprus?

Holders of Turkish passports (regular, service, official, diplomatic) need a visa to enter the Republic of Cyprus. An entry visa to Cyprus may only be obtained by the applicant in person at the Embassy of the Republic of Cyprus in Athens (not at the airport).

Does Turkey stamp your passport?

Re: Does Turkey still stamp passports? Yes, they always stamp passports and we come a couple of times per year. We both got the passports with more pages. The guy at the Passport Desk looks for an empty page in your passport before he stamps it.

Do you carry Turkish or northern Cyprus citizenship?

Naturalized Northern Cyprus citizens are persons granted citizenship by the de facto Government of Northern Cyprus, which is recognized only by Turkey.

Northern Cyprus citizenship.

Northern Cyprus Citizenship Act
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Enacted by Government of Northern Cyprus
Status: Current legislation

Do I need a visa to go to Cyprus?

you can travel to Cyprus for up to 90 days in any 180-day period without a visa. … Visits to Cyprus do not count towards your 90-day visa-free limit in the Schengen area. to stay longer, to work or study, for business travel or for other reasons, you will need to meet the Cypriot government’s entry requirements.

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Do I need a Turkish visa for northern Cyprus?

Do I need a Turkey visa for Cypriots if I’m from Cyprus? Yes, visitors from Cyprus must apply for a Tourist e-Visa if they want to visit Turkey. Nonetheless, the document you need is completely online, meaning that you won’t have to visit the Cypriot embassy or consulate to apply.

Is the Turkish side of Cyprus safe?

The North is perfectly safe and has a far lower crime rate than the South, probably because there are less tourists. There is no threat from Syria, and indeed you would be at far greater risk walking the streets in London or any other city. The Turkish Cypriots are secular and are not religious at all.

Can you ask for a stamp in your passport?

If everything is running like clockwork, however, you have absolutely nothing to lose by asking politely for an official stamp. More often than not, the officer will be happy to give you one and you’ll have an extra memory to take away from your travels. It can even work in places where there isn’t immigration.

Do Turkish Cypriots have EU passports?

Turkish Cypriots are considered citizens of the European Union as the EU considers them Cypriot citizens, merely living in a part of Cyprus outside of the control of the Republic of Cyprus. However, seats in the European Parliament are allocated based on the population of both north and south Cyprus together.

How much is a Cyprus passport?

Cyprus — $2 million minimum investment

A direct minimum €75,000 ($84,000) donation to the Research and Innovation Fund.

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Is Turkish Cypriot a nationality?

Turkish Cypriots or Cypriot Turks (Turkish: Kıbrıs Türkleri or Kıbrıslı Türkler; Greek: Τουρκοκύπριοι, romanized: Tourkokýprioi) are mostly ethnic Turks originating from Cyprus. Following the Ottoman conquest of the island in 1571, about 30,000 Turkish settlers were given land once they arrived in Cyprus.

How do I get temporary residency in Cyprus?

To apply for a Temporary Cyprus Residence Permit, you must submit the following documents: Temporary Residence Permit Application Form, completed and signed. Certificate of police clearance, issued from your country of residence within the past six months.

Can I travel to Cyprus without a passport?

Non-EU nationals: To enter Cyprus, you must have a valid passport issued within the past ten years and with at least six months left is required, along with a return ticket and sufficient funds for the length of stay.

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